BETA Healthcare Group (BETA) has appointed Daniel Sevilla, Jr. as vice president of finance and chief financial officer (CFO).
In this role, Sevilla will oversee all aspects of finance and accounting for BETA and its affiliated companies, including BETA Risk Management Authority (BETARMA), BETAlliance Insurance Services and Health Providers Insurance Reciprocal, a Risk Retention Group (HealthPro).
“Dan Sevilla is a highly accomplished senior finance executive proven in financial and operational leadership,” said Tom Wander, chief executive officer of BETA.
“He is skilled in strategic and financial planning, business and financial management, and implementing change to improve business performance and financial results. With the planned merger of BETARMA and the ALPHA Fund, Dan’s background and experience is a strategic fit with the addition of workers’ compensation as a line of coverage.”
Sevilla most recently served as CFO for the State Compensation Insurance Fund in San Francisco, California (CA) where he partnered with the chief executive officer and leadership team to transform a $1 billion organization into a fairly priced and more efficient workers’ compensation insurance company operating for the benefit of policyholders and California employers. He also served as VP of financial, operational planning & analysis for CSAA in Walnut Creek, CA. as well as senior VP of financial services and operations for Fireman’s Fund Insurance Company in Novato, CA.
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